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. >>> camel chaos. take a look at this huge camel, charging down a busy street after escaping from the circus, shocking everyone in his path. we'll tell you how he was finally captured. ♪ how bizarre how bizarre ♪ >>> good morning, everybody. how are we doing? take a look at the video of the camel running down the street. i think this scared the crap out of people. he ran into a gas station. the way they got the camel to return to the circus, kind of hilarious. kind of obvious, too. we'll tell you about that coming up. >> who knew a camel was so fast, too? running down that street. >>> happy saturday on that long holiday weekend. and with all that eating going on, there's a timely, new survey that has americans have added pounds to what we consider our ideal weight. what does this mean for our obesity epidemic? and how can you navigate the holidays without overdoing it? big questions there. jennifer ashton is here with practical tips. >>> and reportrayed, arguably, the best villain in tv history. larry hagman died at the age of 81. he was also in "i dream of jeanie." he died in the city o
on the matter next year. >>> it was a circus of sorts in downtown d.c. tonight. members of peta dressed as elephants and rallied outside the white house. they say they are calling on president obama to order the department of ag to free elephants used in the circus. >>> turning now to weather. it's friday. all we could get was sue, so we'll have to deal with it. >> have to deal with zea hey, lots smile about because after all this cold weather looks like a warm up. >> we need it, don't we? i think it's going to be extremely pleasant this weekend. we ditched the wind. tonight will be a nice one, too. take a jacket along if you are going out on the town like will thomas. are you going to be here later? >> a working guy tonight we have got a beautiful evening on tap although a little bit on the chilly side. we are going to get a nice bump up in temperatures omorrow. today's high was 58 degrees. 64 degrees tomorrow with mostly sunny skies. might be high, thin clouds that pass through from time to time. some of you get a three day weekend out of it because sunday is veteran's day. 68 degrees
upset i almost threw up on justin bieber. [♪ circus music ♪] >> there is news there too. he and salina gomez went out to dinner, but then she stormed out, but they were seen holding hands at the american music awards. >> stephanie: what? [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: we are adults without children. i was paying attention the killer thing about the gaza you know, whatever thing was happening over there -- >> oh, come on. that's awful stephanie. >> i am not speaking to you. >> stephanie: yes, you are. >> which is going to make your little radio segment awkward. but i am not speaking to you. >> stephanie: smoochy the news minks talk to me. >> chris tell her to apologize. >> stephanie: i apologize. >> i accept your apology. >> stephanie: i was just trying to make a point about how incredibly widely knowledgeable jacki schechner is -- >> by saying don't tune into her. >> stephanie: you knew all of the justin bieber stuff didn't you? >> just because i'm diverse. >> stephanie: and you know how to pronounce the other place that burma is. >> myanmar. >> stephanie: yea
. there is a circus company that i have been fortunate enough to work with the last couple of years. i use elements of dance and choreography and combine that with theater techniques. a lot of the work is content- based, has a strong narrative. the dancers have more of a theatrical feel. i think we are best known for our specific work. in the last 15 years, spending a lot of time focusing on issues that affect us and are related to the african-american experience, here in the united states. i had heard of marcus shelby and had been in join his work but never had the opportunity to meet him. we were brought together by the equal justice society specifically for this project. we were charged with beginning work. marquez and i spent a lot of time addressing our own position on the death penalty, our experiences with people who had been incarcerated, family members, friends of friends. pulling our information. beyond that, we did our own research. to create a picture that resonated with humanity. it is the shape of a house. in this context, it is also small and acts like a cell. i thought that was an i
bacvk together ♪ >> the theme was the circus. she took home three awards. >> dankeschoen. i'm so excited. i cannot believe you gave me three awards tonight. >> 8000 fans watched the events in frankfurt where millions tune in at home. none of the awards as stated in germany but the host provided some homeland flair. ♪ no surprises in the award for best video going to the south korean internet sensation, psy. gangnam style was more than 670 million hits on youtube. ♪ hey, sexy lady oppa gangnam style ♪ >> that's it for now. things for watching. >> you can find more on our web site, see you soon.
and joe many thanks tonight. we'll go up the big top for the circus that is the modern gop with sam seder coming up on "viewpoint." narrator>>> current tv is "feeding the need". natalie zisko>>>el granada is a special place to learn because we have a dedicated community and a dedicated staff. and when kids come on campus everyday, they're enthusiasm for learning shines. we receive federal funding because a majority of our students are socially disadvantaged. making sure our students receive healthy nutritious lunches and breakfasts is critical to their learning. i would like to see students take more ownership of what they eat everyday and learn about their bodies and how their food nourishes them. sandra jonaidi>>> i hope that we get them early enough that they've learn some good eating habits and they go forward and become very productive humans and grow up to make us all proud of them. narrator>> for more info, go to current dot com. brought to you by basf - the chemical company. >> eliot: another disaster for which wall street was not prepared which brings us to the number of the day
ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >> traffic in southern california is a circus and checked it out this literally is. this campbell escaped and this was spring brought as an exercise when she decided to take off. the a eventually caught her up and led her back. they stated this is that the first time that she has tried a stunt like that. the stanford cardinals scored one victory away from winning the pack of title after taking care of business at the ucla bruins. stanford running back ran for 142 and scored two touchdowns to lead the no. 8 cardinal over the no. 17 bruins. 35-17 = final score. they will host the pact called champion next saturday in palo alto. and this is the first time in stanford history that they have finished three consecutive seasons with 10 victories. they are on a roll. >> they are applying the same team next week? they are born to play the same team. the weather could be a little bit iffy. with some storms for wednesday and again on friday but that rainfall. >> i guess the game is also on friday will that be better? >> i did not think that from the looks tha
escaping from the circus running to the streets of los angeles. >> let us take this live look. we have not seen that fog left that much. we will be back. are trying to raise ♪ [ female announcer ] nature exists on the grandest scale... ♪ ...and in the tiniest details. ♪ and sometimes both. nature valley granola thins pack the big taste of granola and dark chocolate into one perfect square, under 100 calories. nature valley granola thins. nature at its most delicious. i'm going to dream about that steak. i'm going to dream about that tiramisu. what a night, huh? but, um, can the test drive be over now? head back to the dealership? [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a passat. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit today. >> it is official, the new king of you tube is the most watched video, ever. this was previously held by justin bieber now over 816 millio
president will get no credit. [ circus ] >> see what you did there. >> stephanie: you know how one holiday is over and the next one -- julie in seattle reminds us, war on christmas season is officially open. it is fox news warren christmas season. >> they're losing their [ bleep ] the whole benghazi thing isn't working out for them. >> the susan rice thing is petering out. >> stephanie: yes. oh dear. steph, deck the halls with simmering resentment and bitterness over the imaginary days gone by when everyone was white christian and happy happy, happy until the christmas lights came down. friday morning, fox on on some idiot story about the nativity scene. we have a guest to quote. [ ♪ "jeopardy" theme ♪ ] who said it is christmas all over again. the grinch is trying to steal our holiday. it has been so beautiful the nation comes together. we sing christmas carols. we have lighted trees. it is a beautiful thing. atheists don't like our happiness. they don't want you to be happy. they want you to be mi
. >> circus, circus, pull it out. >> one estimate says dreamworks animation may be the most profitable movie studio in the entire industry. its classic shrek cost a mere $60 million to make. shrek grossed nearly half a billion dollars. >> that was really scary. >> that's just for the single movie. there were three shreks after that. dreamworks animation may be a studio but it's a technology company as well, and mit's technology review named dreamworks as one of the most innovative companies in the world. but as the stature grows, so too does the pressure. investors would like to see them expand beyond the two films a year. their next movie hits box offices next year. >> the tooth fairy. i knew you'd come. >> lincoln wallin is the new chief technology officer at dreamworks animation. aside from the animators themselves there's probably no more important position there, joined by martin giles of the economist. as you guys are developing the new technology, i know computers are moving faster and better, i know that the hair in the character is going to be, you know, easier to see and more refin
it in the morning, and they're hoping it's not going to be a circus. it's going to be a circus. this story, i think, has captivated people whether it's for the tawdry elements or petrae petraeus's high profile, he's there to talk about benghazi and the four people including ambassador chris stevens who died there. not to talk about the reason that he resigned, this extra-marital affair. i think it's going to be something close to a circus, which is unfortunate because i think there are legitimate questions on benghazi. i'm sure they'll get asked anyway, but my guess is they'll be overshadowed a little bit by the coverage by the fact he's out there for one of the first times since all of this information has come to light. >> and circling back to things mentioned earlier about susan rice. her office said she went on the sunday talk shows to talk about foreign policy in general. it's not up to her what questions she gets asked. fair enough? >> if you didn't think that president obama was nominating susan rice for secretary of state, after that very strong defense, it's clear he won't back down becaus
's like a circus, like a spectacle in washington. the government is too big, spends too much. and the president called for a $1.5 trillion tax hike over the next two year. stock market is getting pummeled. what do you make of all this? >> well, i'm 64. so i've seen the circus show before. there was a quote i liked during the carter administration which is, where else would you send a clown but to a circus? the clowns are acting like clowns and they're doing destructive things. i hope we don't have a lock-up. i remember the last time that happened, it was a republican side thing where newt gingrich engineered a shutdown of the government. i personally thought it was kind of interesting because my life was unchanged when millions of non-essential government employees got laid off and it didn't change my life a bit except for it was easier to drive on the freeways. but newt got punished for it. and the party got punished for it. so americans don't like this. and i think they need to find a way to work it out. raising taxes is not it. if the deal is that the average citizen is no
be difficult even for professional circus acrobats." [ laughter ] >> bill: it just shows you to what lengths mitt romney will go. say anything, do anything, tell any lie. here's my question to you. do you think it will work? do you think he can get away with it? do you think the american people have it -- they finally can see through the b.s., can see through the lies and will reject mitt romney and his lies and his willingness to just tell people anything to try to get a vote? 1-866-55-press. this is really, really serious and it says a lot about mitt romney. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." to miss my show is if that's the only time you can get to a polling place. make sure that voting is your highest priority on election day. besides, you can always dvr my show. of the country. to help you make informed decisions, watch current tv's politically direct lineup. only on current tv. so vote and vote smart. ónñ
like a circus act. but conner is van sips like this are helping breed lions as their numbers dwindle. 40 years ago, there were 200,000 lions across africa. today, about 30,000. a result of dwindling habitat and hunting. this is a refuge for white lions. >> the white ones are quite rare because mostly in the wild, what happens is, they've got a disadvantage. they can be spotted from a distance so mostly, they hardly survive. >> reporter: i keep thinking of the lions in all those nature films attacking and devouring their prey. >> if i turn around too much, he'll bite me. >> reporter: and that oh, so confident guy in the film "grizzlyman" who thought the bears were his friends until they mauled him to death. forget that stuff. >> take the tail. >> reporter: these guys do seem to know what they're doing. >> could turn on people, but now, the thing is, we actually know the limits. we can see their body language. >> reporter: i sure hope so. each tourist here pays $70. it's thrill seeking animal kingdom edition. this is really incredible. what a spectacular guy. okay, so, now it's my turn
with the words circus and cotton candy and we didn't remember whether to laugh or cry and so distant from the imagination was the bleak reality of these towns and ruin the vision of these quaint side vacations and neither of us returned even in the summertime despite many opportunities. when i wrote the biography in your program today memories were resurrected. the one gift i would have happy to give you and the one i could never give you and the one i wanted to give you the most. of all the letters i have written to you as children this has the one that caused me the most doubt, but i know how much you like to get letters and it's the only gift i can give you now other than attention and love for your family. i hope you knew in your life how many people knew you and revered you and mime your own sister and if i haven't properly conveyed it it's been an honor. keep your wings clean bro. love caro. [applause] >> and now we get to hear from milton's only brother, david marks. >> caro, that was beautiful. he would have loved it. my brother . milton is my only older brother and will alw
circus developed after that. bowyer chased gordon, a scuffle breaks out honest pit crew members. several other fines and suspensions were named today. and it's getting a lot like prowrestling right there. that's the sporting life and a huge 10 player trade in the major leagues between miami and toronto. we'll have that in the 10:00 news tonight. >> we'll look forward to it. thanks mark. >>> it is a product that is meant cell phones close and away from pickpockets but some say it's putting women's lives at risk. >> john fowler investigates cases of breast cancer in women who carry their cell phones underneath their shirts. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. #úfó when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had
have today, we could use more of that and she created genre of politics where in texas it's a circus. she brought a new life to it. >> i do think we all need to let our hair down. that's a woman's prerogative. we need to do that. truly in this campaign and have a little fun and shucking and jiving is what i say. i will get dinged for that. back to what hadley is saying, i think democrats do a great job of making politics sexier. they have more actors in hollywood like kathleen turner come out. it's sad that hollywood is dominated by liberalism, when clint eastwood showed the support for romney, he was not welcomed in the same fashion. we need h to get more actors on our side. >> that's it for this edition of to the contrary. please follow me on twitter at bonnie erbe and at to the contrary and check our website,, where the discussion continues. whether you agree or think, to the contrary, please join us next time.
and black people in the circus and the so-called "n" word with a ball in his hand, a gladiator or something. we have them on the field but we don't have african-americans in business and doesn't matter what you say you can't dispute what i am saying. i done a survey for two years. not one black person own a concession in any of these stadiums from oakland to san francisco, from san francisco to los angeles. i am a disabled american veteran. some of these wow wards in the room wouldn't fight for the luxury that they receive but i was in the air force. >> >> i was in two plane crashes. i came back home. my grandson is a lieutenant in the army today and i am saying there is something wrong and you can't say it's not wrong with the basic way the country -- i don't care if there is a black president. and it hasn't changed and particularly san francisco and the most dick on the racist town in. >> >> and if you don't believe it it's the highest amount of people put in jail is blacks in san francisco so there is wrong with the way the system is being administered and the ex-slaves and how th
down. [singing] >> the heartache they bring. [singing] >> reporter: this memorial circus started from this memorial in the cemetery something this family calls the plaque of shame. it is horrific. >> we lived that tragedy. my family, membership people never got over it -- many people never got over it. now we have to see the insult. >> reporter: among the names of the almost 1,000 people that died in jones town in 1978 is that of the map deemed responsible. jim jones, who ran this colony. many of his followers were from the bay area. 27 were family members of wynona. >> he comes with this grand scheme to me he is going to take all of these people to the promise land. they believed it. >> reporter: 34 years ago jones incited what he called a mass suicide known as a mass murder. the norwoods shunned him by then. ed was 8 years old and lost 8 close cousins that day. >> they went to jonestown following their parents thinking all of our dreams exactly to pass in this paradise in the middle of a jungle somehow. so, i am really big on pushing people and myself and my children to strive for
. look at that circus shot! he is in a zone! warriors win 102-93. they take 4 of their last 5 games. collin kaepernick now has to go into new orleans as the starter. it's a red-hot football team and a difficult place to play. >> are you jinxing him? what? >> no, it's a good test! >> if he plays well there, it's his gig. woman: oh! tully's. how do you always have my favorite coffee? well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee and even hot cocoa. and you'll always find your favorite. woman #2: with so many choices, keurig has everyone's favorite. i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig.
day planned. they will have performances by circus olay inside the store. we'll be here. for now we are live alex savidge. >>> just hours ago a week long wait finally came to an end for people who camped out at best buy stores around the bay area. that was midnight as best buy opened their doors. many people who lined up said they were trying to get their hands on a $180 40-inch television and a $200 laptop. >> always come to best buy and always spend a nice little amount of money and always save more than i spend. >> the electronic giant also offered details on iphones, video games, and dvds. and take a look at this line of cars leading to the fuzz pa are ragon outlets. and as you can see that turnout was huge and did create a significant backup. with the long lines came angry tempers. coming up at 4:45 we will show you what caused one shopper in sacramento to get violent and why some say more needed to be done to keep shoppers safe. >>> workers at walmart stores in the bay area walked off the job before the holiday rush. it's part of a nation-wide protest. in san leandro the commu
sight in southern california. a circus camel on the run with her handlers in hot pursuit. she brought traffic to a standstill on a major boulevard. but her great escape was foiled. she was captured and brought back into captivity. >>> holiday shopping season is officially underway, in you have not heard. and one group of bay area women meet every friday. for them, the shopping season is the giving season. >> reporter: in a corner, needles are clicking. and women are chatting. meet the knitters. they meet every friday afternoon in galleria for cake, conversation and community service. >> it's good for the soul. >> reporter: the two dozen women are mostly retired san francisco school principals and teachers. and their fingers do serious work making christmas gifts. >> we see a need and we want to help. >> reporter: this season, they are donating 3 hand of their handmade scarves and hats to ship to children in poverty. they put them in school boxes full of school supplies and toys. they hope to give 9 million children shoe box gifts worldwide. >> this may be the only kind of gift they ev
curry looking to his backcourt buddies, mr. jack, and then the circus shot by david lee. are you kidding me? later in the second, maybe the dunk of the year. that is a rookie, harrison barnes, posterizing petkovic. barnes had ten points, 11 rebounds. fourth quarter, all warriors, they outscored the timberwolves 26-11. and mark jackson, guys were celebrating. they beat minnesota 96-85 is your final. >>> of course locally a lot of people want to know what's going on with san jose state and louisiana tech. they are still playing right now. san jose state has the lead with approximately 2 1/2 minutes remaining in the game. once again, 53 points for the san jose state spartans right now. they're up. they're looking for their tenth win of the regular season. a feat they've never accomplished. ten wins overall, yes. but ten wins in the regular season. it's never happened before, chris. >> and that of course sounds more like a basketball score, henry, doesn't it? >> absolutely. >> save your voice, my friend. we'll see you tomorrow. and meteorologist rob mayeda is here with a look at the forecast
come back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> she said it best, the a circus came to glendale california for the first time this weekend, and it made a big splash. >> thanks to that guy right there. unfortunately not for what happened under the big top. the 4-year-old camel escaped its handlers and made it to a nearby gas station. traffic did stop until she was safely back in the enclosure. >> can you imagine seeing that running down the street. not needed -- not native to glendale california. >>> this week the city will give the airport permission to fire guns to keep birds away from the airfield. they would fire blanks but could use bird shot if the birds do not leave. san jose has had 100 bird are strikes. >>> muny buses are feeling the squeeze. facebook, google, apple offer a private bus to take workers from the city here in san francisco down to the silicon valley, but those shuttles can cause big problems for other commutes, they block bus stops. >> they pose challenges as far as loading and unloading in our zones or near our zones and that does cause a problem. what we're doing is
austerity measures. we have a three quarter circus in the year. european central bank, the imf, and the eu cannot agree whether and how to pay are the latest rancho funding when greece clearly cannot meet the targets for debt reduction. of that is the issue. it has kept the ministers of late once before and it may well again. there's no clear hint whether they will actually reach an agreement. greece's cyanamid they are bankrupt. >> is there any sign an agreement will be reached? >> not really. technically, they were bankrupt last friday but they survived it. on saturday, the head of the euro group and prime minister of luxembourg have a long talk with angela merkel and came out suggesting they cleared away most of the difficulties to an agreement. we have no clue as to what that involved and whether there is a clearance. the same problem is the same problem -- unsustainable that. greece should now say it is 45 billion with every passing week they need more money. >> how does the imf figure in? >> the head of the imf had a bit of a row with him last time they met. she once the interest rat
they got there or might have done it. amid a media circus, israel to mock -- denies what it calls a ludicrous palestinian clans. palestinian officials were determined to prove -- preserve some dignity as his tomb was resealed. results of the test will not been known for several months. >> the term ponzi scheme has become all too familiar. this time is not bernie madoff. afghanistan's largest financial institution was used to steal hundreds of millions of dollars. a copy says that almost $900 million in loans were made just 219 people and companies. the fact was revealed when regulators seized the bank. it comes as an embarrassment to president karzai whose brother is one of the main beneficiaries. >> afghanistan has seen so much money and it went into the hands of the tiniest number of people. to the relief, this moneychanger included the bank, survived. in fact, this was an international -- for the first time, a deal could -- a detailed explanation of what happened. i spoke by television to president karzai's brother. he is accused of taking millions but denies the charges. >> th
. there we go. joe biden just nipping in to that booth there. and he needs a bit of prive circus because he is not sure which way he is going to vote. so he needs to be alone while he makes that decision. >> the other people queuing for voting. >> thank you. now it's time for his wife, jill. not quite clear whether -- which way she is voting, either. i think you can guess, though. and joe biden now just going to the back of the polling station there. waiting for his wife and family to come out. having cast their vote. now i so rudely interrupted business. but you were going to talk to me about the bankers and the greece. >> with the kurtens and his feet sticking out. ominous. but what exactly one makes of the greek situation. >> the greek debt is owned by the german and french government, and that is back on track with what is the case in the past. with the first with the fear owned by private investors, banks, and insurance companies and so on. now it's own bid taxpayers money. so now it's much more politically sensitive. >> now the big games market. it's earning huge revenues for these co
and the train rides and reindeer rides and circus acts and strolling entertainers and crafts and community parade that kids will make lanterns and glow wands and parade down with mark bands -- mashing bands. -- marching bands. santa arrives and they will mark down to the power plant at 7 p.m. >> reporter: and this goes on through december. >> yes. there's so many more events with the science center midnight noon and national aquarium has several events and there's tons of stuff going on. >> reporter: sounds fun and we are looking for something to do with our family again this spectacular light show will be on display tomorrow lots of family fun activities planned so if you are looking for something to do come downtown. for live in downtown baltimore linda so abc2 news. >>> santa claus is coming to towson. old st. nick say risk today going to get his holiday home at towson town center later this morning and there's going to be special performances and give aways for children to kick off the holiday season. and the avenue in white marsh will be decked out for the holidays beginning tonight.
the diving pigs. it is not a circus act and you are probably not going to like it. you have pigs being driven somewhere. they are doing this to nbimprov the quality and taste of the pork. apparently they get three times higher the normal price for their pork from this town because of what they do with the pigs. they believe it improves their immune system and fáxdincreases their food intake and their growth rate. they believe it's the swimming and the diving that makes them better tasting. >> maybe cuts down on the amoun are leaner from exercising. >> i think it is a marketing scheme that they have figured out. these poor pigs have to put up with it. i would rather see them get to run around than be in a tiny cage and they can't move. >> you like seeing them be pushed into the water. >> they look hesitant at the end. >> you have to walk the+ plank before you get sent to be made into bacon. >> they get plopped in the water and get up to shore. i feel like they don't want to be pushed off the plank. >> in the grand scheme of theseá pigs' lives this is probably a highlight. >> that guy with hi
. the phrase is french for the circus but the tight night business for one of the brand names of hospitality is anything but. >> thank you for having us. >> for nearly 40 years he's ruled the roost at the ultimate power spot le cirque. all the ladies of new york and there you are. >> in those days, 30 years ago. >> the successful restaurant tour's newest project is closer to home. which of the sons is this. >> my older. >> reporter: with partners that including his wife and sons, mario, marco and mauro who grew up in the family business. restaurant sirio just opened in manhattan's hotel. >> i had the job here. >> something like a homecoming for you. you are here at the beginning of your year as a bus boy and now opening a fantastic restaurant. what does it mean to you? >> very proud of it. >> this must be such a treat and a privilege for you to be working with family all the time. >> we get to cover each other's shoulders most of all. most successful organizations have one goal in mind. we listen to what our parents told us. mario is the strategist, i'm more of the service, dining room, wine
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